Li-polymer Battery HAT

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Li-polymer Battery HAT
Li-polymer Battery HAT

Li-polymer Battery HAT for Raspberry Pi, SW6106 Power Bank Solution, with Embedded Protection Circuits
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Category: Raspberry Pi
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Brand: Waveshare
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English: Waveshare website
Chinese: 中文官网
Onboard Interfaces
RPi USB
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Instruction

The Li-polymer Battery HAT integrates SW6106 power bank management chip, allows providing 5V regulated power supply to your Raspberry Pi or other 5V devices, from a high capacity Li-polymer battery. It will charge the battery as well, supports bi-directional quick charge.

Features

  • Onboard SW6106 chip, supports bi-directional quick charge, supports multi quick charge protocols like PD/QC/FCP/PE/SFCP
  • Lithium battery protection circuitry, provides reverse protection, overcharge protection, and short circuit protection
  • Onboard indicators: quick charge, power capacity
  • PH 2.0 battery connector, for connecting the 3.7V 3000mA high capacity Li-polymer battery (MSDS certified)

Specifications

  • Output voltage: 5V
  • Charge voltage: 5V
  • Applicable battery: 3.7V Li-polymer battery (4.2V when full charged)
  • Dimension: 65.0mm × 56.5mm
  • Mounting hole size: 3.0mm

Interfaces and Indicators

  • Interfaces
Interface Description
Micro USB Charge
USB Type-A Power output
USB Type_C Suports chrage, quick charge and power output
  • There are five battery indicators.
Capacity LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
80%~100% ON ON ON ON ON
60%~80% ON ON ON ON Blink
40%~60% ON ON ON Blink OFF
20%~40% ON ON Blink OFF OFF
5%~20% ON Blink OFF OFF OFF
1%~5% Blink OFF OFF OFF PFF
0% OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF
  • Quick start indicator
When you connect power adapter to Type_C interface for quick charging, the Quick Charge indocator will turn on. If it keeps on, maybe that your adapter doesn't support quick charge.
  • Standby button
Single-press it to output 5V, and double-press it to set it to sleep mode.

How to use

Discharge

Connect it to Raspberry Pi
  • Step1: Insert the Li-polymer battery to 2.0mm battery socket.
  • Step2: Single-press Standby button, set it to discharge mode
  • Step3: Attach it on Raspberry Pi for powering.
For other devices.
  • Step1: Insert the Li-polymer battery to 2.0mm battery socket.
  • Step2: Single-press Standby button, set it to discharge mode
  • Step3: Connect it to other devices by USB cable or wires.

Charge

Charge
  • Step1: Insert the Li-polymer battery to 2.0mm battery socket.
  • Step2: Connect power adapter to micro USB or Type-C interface by USB cable
Quick charge
  • Step1: Insert the Li-polymer battery to 2.0mm battery socket.
  • Step2: Connect power adapter (support quick charge) to type_C interface by USB cable
  • Step3: Check if the Quick charge indicator turns on.

Notices

  • Module enter sleep mode when the working current is less than 40mA and stop to discharge.
  • The Quick charge mode only works when you connect a power adapter that supports quick charge.
  • To power Raspberry Pi, you can attach it on the GPIO or connect Type_A interface to Pi by USB cable.
  • This module cannot work as UPS. It will turn off Raspberry Pi when low-voltage.
  • The battery is about 4.2v when fully charged. Note that you should discharge the battery to 3.0, otherwise it is damaged.
  • Please disconnect any devices when you replace battery.
  • DO NOT change the battery provided with other battery without protective panel.
  • Please check the poles of the battery interface carefully when you connect batteries.

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